Key West Cemetery Tours
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Key West Cemetery is a massive cemetery in Key West that dates back to 1847. The cemetery was created that year due to the 1846 hurricane that destroyed the old cemetery on Key West and even unearthed bodies. Since its inception, it is estimated that over 100,000 people have been buried in Key West Cemetery.
While walking around the 19-acre Key West Cemetery you’ll come across a variety of gravestones, vaults and crypts. In addition, you’ll learn that there are different sections of the cemetery, including a Catholic and Jewish section plus a section called the Los Martires de Cuba for those who died while fighting to free Cuba during the Ten Years War. There is also a monument for those who died during the USS Maine explosion of 1898. Prominent people from Key West who are buried in the cemetery include Ellen Mallory, one of the first female settlers of Key West, and William Curry, Florida’s first millionaire.
Key West Cemetery is located at 701 Passover Lane in Key West, Florida. Upon arriving at the main entrance, there is a map you can pick up that shows you how to do a self-guided tour to see the most famous graves and visit the memorials.
Address: 701 Passover Lane, Key West, Florida 33040, USA
3 Tours and Activities to Experience Key West Cemetery
Ride through the streets of Old Town Key West during a leisurely bicycle tour—a perfect introduction for first-time visitors. Learn about the island's history and see highlights such as Mallory Square, Mile Marker Zero, and White Street Pier. Pedal out to the Southernmost Point Buoy and enjoy panoramic ocean views. Plus, choose from morning or afternoon times to easily fit this tour into your schedule.
Taking safety measures
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Discover Key West in a fun new way on this 3-hour scavenger hunt. Jump into the middle of an exciting adventure from the Historic Seaport at Key West Bight to Duval Street, Mallory Square and other real-life locations around town. Discover both well-known and overlooked locations, solving clues and completing challenges via smartphone while learning the local history of this popular island city. Teams of 2- to 5-people are welcome.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
You will sit and relax on our spacious and comfortable tiki bike as your private guide/driver takes you on a pleasant ride around the enchanting streets of Old Town and Historic District. Experience its amazing architecture and historic sites as you learn the rich history, culture, and folklore of our beautiful island of Key West. First-row, Historic, Cultural and Fun, the only VIP experience tour in Key West.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What's the best way to experience Key West Cemetery?
The best ways to experience Key West Cemetery are:
- Guided Bicycle Tour of Old Town Key West
- Key West Scavenger Hunt Adventure Mobile Experience
- Private Key West History and Culture Tiki Bike Experience
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